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Ouch! disability talk show #86: Becky from Glee, Paralympics president, exams

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Vaughan | 09:30 UK time, Wednesday, 30 May 2012

Liz Carr and Rob Crossan, presenters of the Ouch! disability talk show

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Meet Lauren Potter who plays Becky, the Down's syndrome cheerleader in Glee. The president of the Paralympic movement talks to us about the future of the Games. Fish Police are our band this month, we discuss exam extensions, and is disability about to be cured? With Liz Carr and Rob Crossan.

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Links to people and information featured in the latest podcast from Ouch!

Grove FM - Radio from Lyndhurst Primary School, because print's not the only medium!
Exams: Access Arrangements and Special Consideration (Joint Council for Qualifications website, JCQ)

The latest Paralympics news from the BBC Disability Sport site
The Paralympic Movement's website: IPC

Lauren Potter - Down's syndrome star of Glee
Glee's Lauren Potter in Leader of the Pack - online learning disability soap
Lauren campaigns to stop special needs bullying with AbilityPath

Prof Sir John Burn: genetics at Newcastle University
Kaite O'Reilly: is a disabled cyborg the future of elite sport?
Miikka Terho: Implanted chip 'allows blind people to detect objects' (BBC News)

The Fish Police
Dean Rodney Singers
Heart n Soul


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